
University of Alberta Calendar 20162017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Specialization in Mathematics  Computational Science [Science]


Continuation in the Specialization in Mathematics  Computational Science program requires successful completion of at least ★24 with a minimum 2.3 GPA and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all CMPUT, MATH and STAT courses completed in the previous Fall/Winter. In addition, graduation requires a minimum 2.3 GPA on all courses credited towards the degree and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all CMPUT, MATH and STAT courses credited towards the degree.
The program must contain the following courses. It is recommended that these courses be taken in the years indicated.

Year 4
 ★6 in CMPUT at 300level or higher
 ★6 in MATH or STAT at 300level or higher
 ★3 in an option at 300level or higher
 ★3 in approved Arts options
 ★12 in approved options
Notes
 Each student's program must have the approval of the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences.
 The program must contain at least ★72 in Science (see details of courses ) and ★18 in Arts.
 Recommended MATH options include MATH 314 , MATH 322 , MATH 324 , MATH 325 , MATH 334 , MATH 337 , MATH 373 , MATH 414 , MATH 421 , MATH 422 , MATH 481 .
 Recommended CMPUT options include CMPUT 301 , CMPUT 304 , CMPUT 313 , CMPUT 325 , CMPUT 379 , CMPUT 391 , CMPUT 401 , CMPUT 411 .
 Recommended STAT options include STAT 368 , STAT 371 , STAT 378 , STAT 471 , STAT 479 .
 Credit will not be given for ECON 299 , ECON 386 or ECON 387 .
 Credit in SCI 100 will be considered equivalent to CMPUT 174 , MATH 114 , MATH 115 and ★18 options.
 Credit in SCI 151 will be considered equivalent to ★6 Science options.
Science Internship Program
A Science Internship Program, similar to a coop program, is offered to students in the General, Specialization or Honors programs in Mathematical and Statistical Sciences (see Science Internship Program for guidelines to the program). The Science Internship designation will appear on the degree parchments of students who have participated in the program and who have also successfully completed MATH 400 or STAT 400 .


